What's the best way to send a Thank You note after an interview? The big debate -- should you send an email, or go the traditional route and hand write a note?
The best approach is both. Candidates like the immediacy of sending an email thanking the interviewer for their time. However, we all know that this is seen as impersonal at best; and at worst it's seen as the easy way out. Handwritten notes are always appreciated, but the
downside is that it can take several days to work…
Added by Syd Kain at GlobalPitch.com on January 4, 2008 at 11:30pm — No Comments
As someone who has interviewed many people over the years, I can tell you that it is obvious to the interviewer which applicants have properly prepared for the interview, which applicants have prepared a little, and who hasn't prepared at all.
Thanks to the Internet, you don't need to put in a huge amount of effort to dig up useful information in preparation for your interview. Focus on researching three categories of information:
Added by Syd Kain at GlobalPitch.com on January 3, 2008 at 5:30pm — No Comments